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Black and White print (page from book) with pieces of tape along its edges. "The Nursery" poem by Margaret Johnson about how a nursery is a place and yet it is so much more. Page 2 is a lithographic print of a drawing done by Jessie B. McClure of two children playing/talking and a cat running away with a hat captioned "It sarves yo right - Samanthy - Doan' cry though any mo' but less yo' want yo' hat run off doan' hang it on the flo'!"
Nursery rhymes -- African American children -- Blacks -- Children, Black -- African Americans -- Collectibles -- Nursery poem -- Black children -- Black Americana
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John C. Hitt Library
Special Collections & University Archives
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McClure, Jessie B. and Johnson, Margaret, "Little players Part I. The Nursery." (1800). African American Legacy: The Carol Mundy Collection – Images. 136.